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Aboard a charming trolley, hear the history and stories that shaped Georgia's first city, Savannah. With 16 well-planned stops, you are free to hop on and off the trolley to explore landmarks, shops, museums, and historic sights.

Once Savannah's social and commercial gathering spot where fishermen and farmers brought their wares to sell, City Market now hosts live music and entertainment in the courtyard. In a place boasting quaint artisan shops and art galleries, enjoy perusing boutiques and meeting local vendors.

Visit the birthplace of the founder of the Girl Scouts—Juliette Gordon Low—and view the home affectionately known as the "Girl Scout Mecca." The first Girl Scout headquarters, in use through 1985, is now a museum full of interactive educational experiences.

Known for impressive 18th- and 19th-century architecture, Savannah boasts more than 1,700 restored buildings and each has its own story to tell. Stroll through the impeccably preserved Colonial District, the largest historic landmark district in the US, and visit the Pirates' House. Once a place for visiting sailors to dine and share stories of their time at sea, it is now a restaurant with scrumptious Southern cuisine that is dedicated to preserving this history.

Be sure to take a moment to relax in a few of the city's 21 picturesque squares, filled with statues, fountains, and lush vegetation, as you hop on and off the trolley tour as you please.

Aboard a charming trolley, hear the history and stories that shaped Georgia's first city, Savannah. With 16 well-planned stops, you are free to hop on and off the trolley to explore landmarks, shops, museums, and historic sights.

Once Savannah's social and commercial gathering spot where fishermen and farmers brought their wares to sell, City Market now hosts live music and entertainment in the courtyard. In a place boasting quaint artisan shops and art galleries, enjoy perusing boutiques and meeting local vendors.

Visit the birthplace of the founder of the Girl Scouts—Juliette Gordon Low—and view the home affectionately known as the "Girl Scout Mecca." The first Girl Scout headquarters, in use through 1985, is now a museum full of interactive educational experiences.

Known for impressive 18th- and 19th-century architecture, Savannah boasts more than 1,700 restored buildings and each has its own story to tell. Stroll through the impeccably preserved Colonial District, the largest historic landmark district in the US, and visit the Pirates' House. Once a place for visiting sailors to dine and share stories of their time at sea, it is now a restaurant with scrumptious Southern cuisine that is dedicated to preserving this history.

Be sure to take a moment to relax in a few of the city's 21 picturesque squares, filled with statues, fountains, and lush vegetation, as you hop on and off the trolley tour as you please.

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Old Town Trolley Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour

Activity/Location

Savannah 31401

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Old Town Trolley of Savannah

    234 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

    Savannah 31401


Description

Aboard a charming trolley, hear the history and stories that shaped Georgia's first city, Savannah. With 16 well-planned stops, you are free to hop on and off the trolley to explore landmarks, shops, museums, and historic sights.

Once Savannah's social and commercial gathering spot where fishermen and farmers brought their wares to sell, City Market now hosts live music and entertainment in the courtyard. In a place boasting quaint artisan shops and art galleries, enjoy perusing boutiques and meeting local vendors.

Visit the birthplace of the founder of the Girl Scouts—Juliette Gordon Low—and view the home affectionately known as the "Girl Scout Mecca." The first Girl Scout headquarters, in use through 1985, is now a museum full of interactive educational experiences.

Known for impressive 18th- and 19th-century architecture, Savannah boasts more than 1,700 restored buildings and each has its own story to tell. Stroll through the impeccably preserved Colonial District, the largest historic landmark district in the US, and visit the Pirates' House. Once a place for visiting sailors to dine and share stories of their time at sea, it is now a restaurant with scrumptious Southern cuisine that is dedicated to preserving this history.

Be sure to take a moment to relax in a few of the city's 21 picturesque squares, filled with statues, fountains, and lush vegetation, as you hop on and off the trolley tour as you please.


Highlights

  • Seeing 16 stops through the city at your own pace

  • Lighthearted live narration by entertaining trolley driver

  • Impressive 18th- & 19th-century architecture

  • Seeing the Pirates' House & historic City Market

  • Viewing the home of the founder of the Girl Scouts


Inclusions

  • Hop-on hop-off tour of Savannah

  • Map with coupons

  • Live narration in English


Know Before You Book

  • Children 3 and younger are complimentary.

  • Tour runs abbreviated hours on Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve.

  • The tour does not run on St. Patrick's Day or Martin Luther King Day.

  • This activity is wheelchair accessible.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 48 hours before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Savannah, GA 31401, United States